Caring for the elderly is a reflection of our humanity and compassion.

Aged people, the epitome of wisdom and experience, deserve the utmost respect, affection, and care. As they age gracefully with the passing of time, it becomes our responsibility to take care of their needs and health. It is also important to note that caring for the elderly is not only confined to maintaining their good physical health but they also need emotional support, which is fundamental to their overall well-being. Listening to them, giving them a feeling of belongingness, and showering empathy are equally important.

One in every six Australians (15.9% or 3.9 million people) ** was aged 65 years and over (up from 15.1% in 2015). With the growing ageing population in Australia, there is a subsequent demand for services catering to the welfare of the older generation. Many seniors opt to receive quality care and support at their homes through the assistance of a professional, while some, due to a lack of family support or facilities at home, require shelter in old age homes.

The Australian government has implemented regulations and standards to ensure the safety and quality of such services. Keeping in mind the rapidly growing demand for trained professionals, this field is currently opening up to numerous high-paying job opportunities.

Are you keen on pursuing a career in the noble field of elderly care? Do you want to grab a job opportunity that not only pays you highly but also gives satisfaction to your conscience?

If so, let this post be your guide.

Study at KAL Training

We, at KAL Training, bring to you our in-demand qualification the CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support, which paves your way into the aged care sector. This nationally recognised course provides an opportunity for aspirants to gain skills as well as hands-on experience to meet the needs of our ageing population. Come, let us together explore what the CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support entails.

What you will learn

Through KAL Training’s CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support, our experienced mentors along with the eminent facilities, strive to cover all the aspects related to aged care. This 12-month course incorporates an industry-integrated curriculum that not only focuses on skill-based learning and also makes you job-ready.

During your course of study, you will learn:

  • About healthy body systems
  • Following safe work practises for direct client care
  • Person-centred care for people with disabilities, dementia, or other serious health conditions
  • Coordinate different services
  • About the rights of the elderly
  • To empower and make the elderly independent
  • Empathising and intervening with the elderly
  • Focusing on keeping the elderly happy and mentally fit

Gain Practical knowledge

"Practical knowledge is the ultimate commodity and is what will pay you dividends for decades to come."- Robert Grene.

We, at KAL Training, firmly believe in the saying and embody it in our course, the CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support. Along with providing relevant knowledge and skills, we also enable our students to gain hands-on experience through work placements and with our strong networks and industry connections.

Learning is only effective and helpful when you can implement it to solve real-world problems. Through these practical learning sessions, our students gain insights into aged care thus preparing them for the future workforce. Practical learning in real workplaces makes our students more confident and a preferred choice among employers.

Career Opportunities

Studying for KAL Training’s CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support can open abundant opportunities in this booming field, where you can find work as a professional in the public sector, private sector, or non-profit organisations throughout Australia. Successfully complete this qualification and opt to become an:

  • Accommodation support worker
  • Assistant hostel supervisor
  • Care supervisor
  • Care team leader
  • Day activity worker
  • Personal care worker
  • Programme coordinator
  • Resident care worker

Are you ready to become one?

Did you know?

On 30 June 2022, approximately 407,000* people were using residential aged care, home care or transition care in Australia. In addition, during 2021–22 over 818,000 people were assisted under the Commonwealth Home Support Programme (home support). A very strong future growth of 28%*** is projected for aged care workers in Australia in the next five years (2021-2026).

Does that sound exciting?


In fast-growing cities, where people work long hours to earn a living, unfortunately, are unable to provide proper care to the elderly in their homes. All such people demand a reliable, trained professional to look after their loved ones. To be a great fit for the increasing job openings in this budding field, you need to be well-equipped with skills and knowledge to meet the industry’s needs. By opting to study for the CHC43015 from KAL Training, you can enhance your skill set, contribute to your community and dive into the ocean of endless opportunities in this flourishing industry.

Why wait then? Gear up and leapfrog your ambition today.